There’s no doubt in my mind that Cornwall is a place like nowhere else in the UK, and part of this is because the strange artifacts of our ancestors are left about to view and marvel at.
What exactly is the Mên-an-Tol? What use did it have? Why isn’t there another one, somewhere else? [EXIF: Sony A7r III, FE 24-105mm F4 G OSS @ 24mm, 1/125sec @ f/10; ISO 200]
… and then Lanyon Quoit – a bit easier to explain as it’s thought to be a dolmen (a megalithic tomb) which would have been even more impressive in it’s original form. [EXIF: Sony A7r III, FE 24-105mm F4 G OSS @ 65mm, 1/125sec @ f/20; ISO 400]
There are also villages – such as the one at Chysauster (overlooking Mounts Bay) …
[EXIF: Sony A7r III, FE 24-105mm F4 G OSS @ 49mm, 1/125sec @ f/8; ISO 100]
… and burial chambers on a large scale – such as the one at Ballowall Barrow …
[EXIF: Sony A7r III, FE 24-105mm F4 G OSS @ 24mm, 1/60sec @ f/20; ISO 100]